The number one job…

…of a leader is to keep promises
None of us can accomplish much on our own. Employees, employers,
customers, vendors, investors all rely on us to keep our word. A
sinplistic way to look at it, to be sure, but that doesn’t make it
less true.
I have seem great teams fall apart because a leader makes unrealistic
promises (or worse, very realistic ones) upon which they failed to
act. Even failure to deliver can, at least somewhat, be forgiven when
the effort to fulfill those promises are made.
Be candid, be clear, but most of all be committed to delivering on
promises made.

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